Tranfer of Files From RSX-11------II

From: Andreas Freiherr <>
Date: Wed Feb 19 12:40:01 2003


slowly drifting away from the original topic: does "your" Kermit version
support Telnet sessions (MSKERMIT> SET HOST command)?

And, are you logged in with elevated privileges (e.g., admin rights) to
do so, or can a regular user enjoy MSKERMIT as well?


Fred N. van Kempen wrote:
> ALl,
> Andreas writes:
>>>I'm not sure if the MSDOS version of kermit (which is free)
>>will work under NT, but it might be worth a try. The win95 version is
>>the commercial version (which costs money).
>>OK, so if the Win95 version is also commercial, then the DOS variant
>>remains. And I believe, if MSKERMIT will not run on the WinNT PC
>>(which I am afraid will be true), at least DOS will hopefully run on
>>the PC to support MSKERMIT. Then, you need a disk partition formatted
>>as FAT (not NTFS), and you can move the files in through MSKERMIT and
>>out (after rebooting into NT) with "Windoze Exploder".
> Hmm. I still use my (Classic ;-) MSKERMIT V3.0 on my PC's, when I need
> to, and this always worked fine under NT (4.0), and it works fine, too,
> under W2K Pro. Version info is:
> ------------------------------------------
> MS-Kermit>vers
> IBM-PC MS-Kermit: 3.00 16 Jan 1990
> MS-Kermit>quit
> ------------------------------------------
> If anyone wants it, contact me offlist and I'll email it.. its small.
> Fred

Andreas Freiherr
Vishay Semiconductor GmbH, Heilbronn, Germany
Received on Wed Feb 19 2003 - 12:40:01 GMT

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